les Enfants Rouges

There is an old covered market in the Marais called les Enfants Rouges-an old orphanage had children who wore red, thus the name. Not only do they sell vegetables, it is ringed with little restaurants so you can eat there.

Over one of the entrances.

The interior of the market.

A view of one of the places to eat. Tagine meals seemed to be the most popular along with a Japanese place.

I didn’t get this but thought it looked so colorful.

This was in a nearby street. It’s called a Twizy and it’s just a little wider than a motorcycle and has four wheels.

2 thoughts to “les Enfants Rouges”

  1. Again finding interesting places in Paris that I’ve never heard of. It looks like a great way to spend a day. Better than riding in a Twizy!

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